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  1. hey guys, set up a discord group for singapore traders we can use during trading sessions daily https://discord.gg/M5zX27z
  2. Welcome Stonksss to the discord group! Anyone else has any idea how to operate the discord group would be very welcome ! see you guys tonight
  3. hey guys, Been inactive on the forums since I've joined in 2017. I think it's a good idea to start a Singapore-based discord group so we can trade together and talk through our trades on a daily basis and learn from each other. I found that it difficult to type on the chatroom while trading since I'm a scalper most of the time. I've set up a discord room, join us fellow traders https://discord.gg/M5zX27z
  4. Thanks for this Peter. I was thinking of setting an entry on breakout trades. e.g. price now 10.00, set stop limit entry on 10.01, price goes to 10.01 trigger entry order go long on 10.02, price goes to 10.03 retraces to 10.02 sends trigger order for stop limit order on 9.98. the variables can be adjusted for a larger stoploss distance from entry tho.
  5. Hi @Aiman Almansoori @KyleK29, I'm trying to tweak one of the hotkeys you have included in the link above for a stop limit long order, limit long order both including stop limit stoploss orders. Some parts of the hotkey code is a bit confusing for me so would need your help and hotkey experience to make this work. If you have some time to spare, I would be grateful and appreciate if you can help me with this. The main concern is using limit bids/ask instead of marketable limit orders and market stops. The first hotkey is a "long entry on limit bid" hotkey, what I need it to do is: 1. enter long position on limit bid+0.01 - on dynamic size at a risk of $20 per trade, based on the stops clicked on the chart. 2. once the long position is complete, trigger a stop limit order when price retraces back to the entry price (average cost of my shares in the long position), posting a sell stop limit order to the markets at the price I clicked on the chart. Below is the hotkey code I tweaked (not sure if properly done): StopPrice=Price-0;DefShare=BP*0.925;Price=Ask-Price+0.00;SShare=20/Price;Share=DefShare-SShare;DefShare=DefShare+SShare;SShare=Share;Sshare=DefShare-SShare;Share=0.5*SShare;TogSShare;ROUTE=LIMIT;Price=Bid+0.01;TIF=DAY+;BUY=Send;DefShare=100;TriggerOrder=RT:STOP STOPTYPE:LIMIT PX:StopPrice ACT:SELL STOPPRICE:AvgCost QTY:Pos TIF:DAY+; I think the dynamic entry part should be correct. I'm just not too sure if the trigger order codes are correct. Specifically the "stoptype:limit" or "route=limit" part. Can you help me with this please? The second hotkey is a bit more confusing. This is a long entry on STOP limit hotkey, what I need it to do is to: 1. enter long position on stop limit ask+0.01 - on dynamic size at a risk of $20 per trade 2. once the long position is complete, trigger a stop limit order when price retraces back to the entry price (average cost of my shares in the long position), posting my stop limit order to the markets at the price i clicked on the chart. below is the second hotkey code: StopPrice=Price-0;DefShare=BP*0.925;Price=Ask-Price+0.00;SShare=20/Price;Share=DefShare-SShare;DefShare=DefShare+SShare;SShare=Share;Sshare=DefShare-SShare;Share=0.5*SShare;TogSShare;ROUTE=STOP;Price=ASK+0.01;TIF=DAY+;BUY=Send;DefShare=100;TriggerOrder=RT:STOP STOPTYPE:LIMIT PX:StopPrice ACT:SELL STOPPRICE:AvgCost QTY:Pos TIF:DAY+; For this the trigger order issue is the same as the first hotkey, I'm not too sure about the stop limit order and how that might work, do I need to add a "px:stopprice" to the dynamic long position part of the hotkey code? Many thanks guys!
  6. Hey Guys I can't make it this Friday. Last minute work events. You guys enjoy ~
  7. is there any requirement at all for the meetup locations ?
  8. Hi All, I think it would be good to suggest some topics where we can discuss and organize info for future use. Let me know if you have any topics you would like to raise here. Thanks !
  9. Hey Abiel, It doesn't show the add club feature > topics button. I suspect it's probably a feature where site admins or users with additional privileges are able to access.
  10. Hey guys! It's so rare to see any daytraders in Singapore trading the US markets, most of the traders here are trading the SGX or just passively investing in REITs and "blue chips" IS THERE ANY SINGAPOREANS AROUND WHERE WE CAN BOUNCE IDEAS OFF AND TRADE TOGETHER !? Join our Singaporean Group !
  11. Hi Robert, yes, I'm looking for ideas like those you mentioned about bull flag and VWAP false breakout. Like what to expect for time-based stops, or activity/price-action based stops. About the 5-15 second surge for bull flags: you get out of a bull flag trade after 15 secs if it doesn't play out ? For the VWAP, what's your definition of "decisively away from vwap"? how many 1min / 5min candles away (and how tall the candles should be? or is it irrelevant?) from the first break of the vwap? and does volume come into the picture for this continuation of the break of vwap? or just average volume would be ok ? Many thanks Robert ! Trying to figure things out here. Pardon the barrage of questions ~
  12. ok maybe i wasn't very clear on what I'm really asking about. It's more about mental stoplosses. When you enter a trade, you set a mental stoploss. What situation would make you get out immediately from a trade, even when your initial mental stop is still some distance away? any feedback appreciated. thanks
  13. Hi all, Not sure where to post this. It's about trading intuition during live positions. Through the chat room, some observations I have is that Andrew enters certain trades and exits when it doesn't "feel right". i.e.: 1. Volume comes in above average - price not breaking up or down significantly. 2. Price breaks up or down a consolidation - volume doesn't come in to support the price move. 3. Price makes HH or LL in 1/5min charts - volume doesn't come in to support the price move. My question: I was wondering are there any more such "red flags" that are developed through years of experience that can help us new traders exit a trade before they blow up on us. Many thanks. Adrian
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